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    Thrown to indicate that an index of some sort (such as to an array, to a string, or to a vector) is out of range. Applications can subclass this class to indicate similar exceptions.

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    Thrown if trying to access an index which is out of bounds on objects like String, Array, or Vector. Any negative integer less than or equal to -1 and positive integer greater than or equal to the size of the object is an index which would be out of bounds

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java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException: Index: 16, Size: 16	at java.util.ArrayList.rangeCheck(	at java.util.ArrayList.get(	at oracle.goldengate.datasource.meta.TableMetaData.getColumnMetaData(	at oracle.goldengate.kafkaconnect.formatter.KafkaConnectFormatter.formatAfterValues(	at oracle.goldengate.kafkaconnect.formatter.KafkaConnectFormatter.formatAfterValuesOp(	at oracle.goldengate.kafkaconnect.formatter.KafkaConnectFormatter.formatOp(	at oracle.goldengate.kafkaconnect.KafkaConnectHandler.formatOp(	at oracle.goldengate.kafkaconnect.KafkaConnectHandler.transactionCommit(	at oracle.goldengate.datasource.DsEventManager$2.send(	at oracle.goldengate.datasource.DsEventManager$EventDispatcher.distributeEvent(	at oracle.goldengate.datasource.DsEventManager.fireTransactionCommit(	at oracle.goldengate.datasource.AbstractDataSource.fireTransactionCommit(	at oracle.goldengate.datasource.UserExitDataSource.commitActiveTransaction(	at oracle.goldengate.datasource.UserExitDataSource.commitTx(